Reply To: Why should you measure / quantify biosecurity ?

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When using the Biocheck.ugent scoring system you get both a report and a spider plot.
In the report you see for each subcategory of the survey, your own score, a worldwide (global) average and if available a national average. The average of all scores per subcategory within external and internal biosecurity, after taking their specific weight into account, gives a subtotal for external and internal biosecurity. The average of internal and external biosecurity results in a score for the total biosecurity.

In the spider plots the letters in the different axis, correspond to the different subcategories within the survey. These letters are also in front of each subcategory in the table of the same report.
If you wish to know which questions were responsible for this score, you can easily look it up again in the paper/online version of the survey.

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